Bob Marley, Portrait, 1973 by Arthur Gorson

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Bob Marley, Portrait, 1973 by Arthur Gorson

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Bob Marley photographed in Jamaica while Gorson was on assignment for the groundbreaking Rolling Stone article "The Wild Side of Paradise" in 1973. 

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Arthur Gorson has established a prestigious career in photography, music and film. Gorson’s photographs of Bob Marley were used as the album cover for “Talking Blues” as well as art for deluxe CD/album editions of “Catch a Fire” and “Burnin”. His photos of Marley have also been published in Rolling Stone and multiple books and have been shown in galleries and documentaries. Gorson has developed feature films with acclaimed directors and produced documentary films, commercials, major music videos and concert DVDs. He has produced work for artists such as Stevie Nicks, Iron Maiden, Dr. Dre and Marilyn Manson. His work has received international recognition and multiple major awards.